Australia's former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday (Jan 8), as case numbers hit new highs across the country and health officials warned that the real number of cases was likely much higher than testing shows.
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Turnbull, who was prime minister from 2015 to 2018, confirmed on Twitter he was isolating at home after a positive test.
“Like hundreds of thousands of other Australians I have tested positive for COVID. Symptoms moderate so far. Isolating as required,” Turnbull wrote. “This pandemic and especially this latest wave has put our health professionals under enormous pressure."
“Please be polite and considerate when dealing with the frontline health workers," he added. "They have had two years of relentless pressure and it’s now at its most intense. So give them the love and respect they deserve, please.”
Turnbull's announcement comes a day after Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said he had tested positive for COVID-19, joining other senior government officials to have contracted the disease.
"Like thousands of Australians, I tested positive today to COVID-19," Frydenberg wrote in a short message which he posted to Twitter and Facebook late on Friday.
"I have the common symptoms and am isolating with my family," he added, without elaborating or disclosing which variant he had.
Other high-ranked Australian lawmakers including Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce and Defence Minister Peter Dutton have contracted and overcome the illness.